Policy papers

E.g., 09/25/2022
E.g., 09/25/2022
“REady, JET, GlasGOw” participants pass by to ride across the Nagtahan Bridge in Manila. The climate change advocacy ride organized by Oxfam Pilipinas and the Firefly Brigade called for reduced carbon emissions and a just energy transition. (Photo: Jilson Tiu/Oxfam Pilipinas)
Oxfam Pilipinas Annual Report (April 2021 - March 2022)
This research is a qualitative, feminist inquiry into teen girls’ experiences of sexuality, their deliberation, and agency in the context of social relationships, sexual and reproductive health regulations, and the acceptability of pregnancies.
Ma. Lorena Dagatan, Area Team Leader of Philippine Rural Reconstruction Movement (PRRM), shares her insights and reflections about the accomplishments of Project ALERT in 2018-2020 during the Annual Impact Review. (Photo: Leah Payud/Oxfam)
The Annual Impact Review (AIR) is a project learning activity envisioned as a space for Project ALERT implementers to critically track and reflect on the project’s progress, agreed strategies and changes that could be observed and experienced over time in relation to the project’s interventions.
As the number of COVID-19 cases increased dramatically at the height of the pandemic, so did the demand for invisible and unpaid labor when most people were forced to stay home during periods of lockdown and community quarantine. Consequently, women and girls bore most of the burden.
The COVID-19 global pandemic significantly added to the load of unpaid care work. As more were forced to stay home, the need for home care and chores multiplied globally.
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